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Improving members health and wellbeing

By: exmember-2019-10679983 | 31-05-2019 09:59

Improving Giffgaff's Members Health and Wellbeing

We currently live in a world of technology. We have a lot of individuals that are technologically savvy. They spend most of their time communicating with each other using the latest technology, platform and gadget. This is good as it tends to help reduce isolation and misery. The question to ask all other members is:

1. Should us befriending one another on an ongoing basis take away our health and wellbeing;

2. I want every giff gaff member to challenge themselves and get at least (time off their screens for 30minutes everyday for the sake of their health and wellbeing and send photos of themselves taking a break through outdoor activities and the money raised is put back towards the giffgaff members health and wellbeing fund).

3. Giffgaff should implement my idea as "I am a firm believer that being tech savvy should not affect our health and wellbeing" and giffgaff is an organisation that cares about the society in which it operates, they do a lot of social corporate responsibility and I believe charity begins at home. "Help them be the best whilst being the healthiest".

Together with Giffgaff we can boost their moral by boosting their wellbeing.



by: tradertall
on: 02-06-2019 13:39

so what is your precise suggestion?

by: danny56767
on: 24-01-2020 18:25

hmm not too sure

by: muddycalhoun
on: 21-01-2020 16:01

I don't disagree with what is being said regarding people's health and wellbeing just that's not the way to go about it.

I just can't see any actual idea either

by: johndfoster7
on: 14-01-2020 22:56

I like this idea

by: ashleybristoluk
on: 02-01-2020 13:31

sound a good idea

by: emmalouisep93
on: 18-12-2019 20:42

1, good luck

by: peterg92
on: 17-12-2019 22:08


by: extreme_one
on: 25-11-2019 17:06

"the money raised"

Is there a paragraph missing or something? I can't find any mention of how this will raise money.

I don't really understand the question being asked in point 1.

It reads as a rhetorical question as though we should all appreciate the answer, but I don't.

Couldn't most of this, bar the raising money part, be acheived by creating a thread in the forum and asking people to take part?

by: muddycalhoun
on: 21-01-2020 16:06

Yes that had me wondering

by: keithctaylor
on: 23-11-2019 17:20

This should be discussed in Contribute until we agree on precisely what we want to do

by: muddycalhoun
on: 21-01-2020 16:07

Certainly not fit for labs

by: johndfoster7
on: 04-10-2019 22:57

I like this idea